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Friendly, playful, loving, obedient- this dog, originally a herding dog, has stolen the hearts of humans over and over again with all its amazing character. They come in just four colors and they are beautiful. Discover more about our Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale below!
The Pembroke is a herding dog, it is one of the two breeds known as the welsh corgi, with the other being the Cardigan Welsh Corgi. According to research, they are both descendants of a northern Spitz-type dog.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is one of those dogs with a confusing origin as another set of people will argue that they are descendants of crossbreeding between the Swedish Vallhund and local welsh dogs.
But what can be said about them is that they have been in existence for quite some time and that they are popular among the British as the preferred dog of Queen Elizabeth as they have been with the British royalty for about 70 years. So that answers been here for a century question.
The Pembroke are eager-to-please dogs, very loyal, affectionate and loving. These traits make them very easy to train. They are very intelligent dogs and are named the 11th most intelligent dog in the world.
They are very alert and they make good guard dogs as they are constantly keeping watch and guarding their owners and their owner’s properties. They do not do a lot of barking, so if you hear them bark, best believe they found something suspicious and are trying to warn you.
They love to be the center of attention of adults and children alike, making them a perfect family dog. They are not very friendly towards other dogs as they are towards humans, maybe because they are wired to either be with humans or herd animals.
The Pembroke Welsh Corgi is an outdoor dog and while it can adapt to living inside the house, they would prefer a place where they can comfortably run around and chase after things.
They are naturally herding dogs so they are wired to chase after anything at all, the fence around the yard should be strong to avoid them breaking out of it because a goat ran past the yard.
They have no issue being in either the cold or the hot weather as they adapt very well to either. This is because they are natural herding dogs, and they are out in the shed a lot, so they are built to adapt to any weather.
They need to exercise at least 30 minutes to one hour daily because they tend to gain weight quickly left to sit doing nothing for quite some time, and because they are great runners, and they need to retain that ability.
A Pembroke Welsh Corgi would need to stay hydrated during an exercise, make sure you always have water with you when you are taking them on a run or a jog. They would not mind a track race, so try one where you run ahead of them and give them the chance to catch up with you. this exercise is good for their physical health as it is good for their mental health.
The Pembroke is constantly shedding, so grooming will be quite a chore. You have to comb their fur daily to get rid of the shed hair that would remain naturally on their coats, even after shedding.
You have to bathe them well during the dry season to get rid of the dead hairs, and then you have to comb as well to get rid of the hairs, but you have to wait till they are completely dry before you can start combing to get rid of the hairs.
Our Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering a Pembroke Welsh Corgi puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.
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